Phone scam data » Amazon


The Amazon Scam consists of an automated call supposedly originating from the retail giant. This consists of the scammer telling you that your Amazon Prime is due for renewal, you missed a delivery, or you have been charged for a purchase and to confirm if it was you.

The automated voice will tell you to press a number on your dial pad to speak to one of their bogus agents. After you’re put through, they will attempt to retrieve your bank details by asking you to pay to renew your Amazon prime or pay a small fee for your package to be redelivered. If you give this information the scammer will empty your bank account.

Amazon has confirmed in a press release they will never ask for personal information outside of their website. This includes bank details, login details, one-time passcode, or any other personal info that could be used to gain access to your account.

Amazon activity is low

Amazon calls activity right now is low


The best way to measure how popular a scam is a scam, it's to measure how many calls have been made.



Calls detected in the past 24h



Calls detected in the past 30 days

Calls detected in the last 24 hours

Calls detected in the last 30 days


This is the top 10 of cities where the Amazon scam originated in the previous month.

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11,318 Calls

London, UK

2,354 Calls

Northern Ireland, UK

1,671 Calls

York, UK

1,343 Calls

Birmingham, UK

1,324 Calls

Manchester, UK

1,220 Calls

Glasgow, UK

1,053 Calls

Luton, UK

1,014 Calls

Leeds, UK

855 Calls

Leicester, UK

  1. London 11,318 calls

  2. Northern Ireland 2,354 calls

  3. York 1,671 calls

  4. Birmingham 1,343 calls

  5. Manchester 1,324 calls

  6. Glasgow 1,220 calls

  7. Uxbridge 1,077 calls

  8. Luton 1,053 calls

  9. Leeds 1,014 calls

  10. Leicester 855 calls


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